Meru Governor Faces Backlash from Netizens for Praising MCA’s After They Endorsed BBI
By Maryu_Nuff | self meida writer
Published 1 days ago - 5300 views
Just minutes after Members of Meru County Assembly voted in support of the constitution amendment Bill of 2020, Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi took to social media to laud them for the move.
The governor wrote, “Congratulations to the Member of Meru County Assembly for unanimously passing the constitutional Amendment Bill 2020-Building Bridges Initiative”
However, most of his social media followers did not share in his enthusiasm and they used his post to vent their frustrations at the MCA’s as well as the governor.
In some of the posts, the disgruntled netizens expressed their disappointment with the decision the MCA’s had taken vowing to teach the political class a lesson once their turn to vote for the bill came.
The netizens noted with concern that most of the MCA’s had voted in support of the BBI as a result of the car grants they were promised by the president in Sagana. They faulted the MCA’s and the governor for being coerced to go against the will of their voters and vowed to revisit the situation in 2022.
Below are some screenshots of their responses to the governor.
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